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  • November 17th, 2020 - BAGGED LEAF PICK-UPS BEGIN DECEMBER 11
    Free service to residential customers only

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    The City of Eastland, through their contracted solid waste disposal company Waste Connections, offers free bagged leaf pickups twice monthly to residential customers in Eastland. The pick-ups are each 2nd and 4th Friday (December 25 will be picked up on December 26) beginning December 11, 2020 through March 26, 2021. Residents must call City Hall at 629-8321 at least 24 hours in advance to be placed on the pick-up list. Bagged leaves should not be placed curbside more than 48 hours in advance of the pick-up date to remain in compliance with City Ordinances Article III, Section 9-19 and 9-21.

    Pick Up Dates Are:     December 11                                                December 26 (Saturday)        

                                     January 08                                                   January 22

                                     February 12                                                 February 26

                                     March 12                                                      March 26

    These are the only dates the bagged leaves will be picked up. Waste Connections will not pick up bagged leaves any other dates but those listed above. Residents who need to dispose of bagged leaves before or after these dates should contact City Hall to schedule an appointment to take the leaves to the City Convenience Center, open Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays 9 a.m. until 2:30 p.m.

    For more information on this or other City of Eastland issues, please contact City Hall at 113 E Commerce St., or by phone to 254-629-8321.

  • May 5th, 2020 - The City Manager Orders Changes to City Facilities Restrictions as Texas Reopens

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    The Governors Executive Order No. 18 reopened selected businesses to 25% capacity beginning on May 1, 2020. While the restrictions on city facilities will continue, some facilities will reopen to the public. Other restrictions are likely required for the foreseeable future.


    1. The Municipal Pool is closed for the 2020 Swimming seasonThe Governor’s order still prohibits use of public swimming pools.  However, even if the governor removes the prohibition, due to the social distancing requirements to minimize spread of the COVID -019, we cannot open our city pool. We realize this reduces opportunities for family recreation.  However, opening the pool, even at reduced capacity, is not practical with children at play in a water park environment.
    2. City Park:  Remains closed for any social gatherings.  However, the park is open to small family activities, the playground and outdoor exercise.
    3. Airport:  No group meetings will be held or scheduled. Flight operations will continue as usual. 
    4. City HallThe City Hall foyer is now open to the public for business.  Please heed the social distancing instructions to protect you, our other guests and staff.  The public cannot enter other city offices without an appointment.  Non-City Hall assigned employees will be able to make appointments with all city hall offices by phone or email.  Meetings in the City Commission Chamber must be conducted using social distancing or done as virtual meetings using social media platforms.
    5. Senior Citizens Center:  Remains closed to the public until further notice.  All programs and activities are cancelled. 
    6. Police and Fire Departments:  The foyer will be open to the public, no admittance beyond that point except by appointment only.   

    For questions please stop by Eastland City Hall, 113 E Commerce St. Monday through Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., excluding holidays, or call during business hours at (254) 629-8321.


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    While the City of Eastland Declaration of Local Disaster Due to Public Health Emergency remains in effect through May 18, 2020, the Governor of Texas has issued Executive Order No. 18 (EO 18), effective at 12:01 A.M. on May 1, 2020 which allows the limited reopening of non-essential businesses as follows: 

    1. Retail services may operate at up to 25% of the total listed occupancy of the retail establishment.
    2. Dine-in Restaurants 25% of listed occupancy, provided less than 51% of gross receipts are from alcohol sales.
    3. Movie theaters up to 25% of listed capacity for each screening.
    4. Museums and Libraries. May operate at up to 25% capacity, interactive exhibits remain closed.
    5. Services provided by individual working alone in an office.
    6. Counties with five or Fewer COVID 19 cases, may operate at 50% capacity for all items listed above
    7. Golf Course operations
    8. Local Government
    9. Other services listed in future executive orders.


         1. The conditions do not apply to essential business activities.


         2. Religious activities should be conducted in accordance with the joint guidance issued and updated by the    attorney general and governor.


         3.  People shall not visit bars, gyms, public swimming pools, interactive amusement venues, such as bowling alleys and video arcades, massage establishments, tattoo studios, piercing studios, cosmetology salons.


         4. The executive order does not prohibit people from accessing essential or reopened services or engaging in essential daily activities, such as going to grocery stores or gas stations, visiting parks, hunting or fishing, or engaging in physical activity so long as the necessary precautions are maintained to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and to minimize person-to-person contact with people who are not in the same household.


        5.  People shall not visit nursing homes, living centers, assisted living facilities, or long-term care facilities unless to provide critical assistance as determined by the Texas health and human services (HHSC).  Nursing homes, living centers, assisted living facilities should follow infection control policies and practices set forth by the HHSC, including minimizing movement of staff between facilities whenever possible.


       6.  Schools will remain closed for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year.


    Each business should open in accordance with EO 18, and the checklists in The Governor’s Report to Open Texas.  View EO 18 at https://gov.texas.gov/news/post/governor-abbott-issues-executive-order-relating-to-the-expanded-reopening-of-services & the Governor’s Report at https://gov.texas.gov/organization/opentexas.


    For questions please stop by Eastland City Hall, 113 E Commerce St. Monday through Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., excluding holidays, or call during business hours at (254) 629-8321.

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